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Airport Runway Defects and Their Role in Aviation Accidents

Flying is one of the safest ways to travel; humans have under a .01% chance of dying in a flight-related accident. However, 48% of those accidents occur during a period... Read More

Can Air Traffic Controllers Be Liable for Plane Crashes?

The aviation industry requires many moving parts to operate smoothly. One of the most important roles remains on the ground during the flight: air traffic controllers. Air traffic controllers facilitate... Read More

Space Law: Liability for Space Debris

Space debris refers to man-made objects (or “trash”) that remain in space despite not having any purpose. Space debris has accumulated since the 1957 launch of Sputnik, the world’s first... Read More

How to Tell Different Airplanes Apart

Different Types of Commercial Airplanes Here is an overview of different commercial planes and how to tell them apart. Boeing 747 Two of the main types of Boeing 747 planes... Read More

What Causes Turbulence?

Turbulence is a common cause of concern for airline passengers and for good reason. It’s one of the leading causes of airline injury, with 58 injuries in the U.S. alone... Read More

Worst Aviation Accidents in History

The global aviation industry has not been without its dark points in history. Air travel is dangerous, despite numerous advances in technology and aviation engineering over the years. Taking a... Read More

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Airplanes

Aviation travel has revolutionized the modern world. Exploring new places and visiting family around the globe has never been easier or more affordable thanks to hundreds of commercial and private... Read More

Largest Airlines in North America

Airplanes carry goods and passengers millions of miles across the country and the world every day. Some of the largest fleets in North America belong to private airlines, and these... Read More

What is the Special Rule for Model Aircraft?

Operated from a pilot on the ground, an unmanned aircraft system or UAS is often called a drone. And according to the FAA, the number of registered drones in the... Read More
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